The Everything Dog Grooming Boo – Sandy Blackburn


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Sandy Blackburn
The Everything Dog Grooming Book: All you need to help your pet look and feel great!

Do you want to groom your dog at home but worry that you won’t get it right? If nail-cutting and dental care for your canine make you nervous, you need The Everything Dog Grooming Book! This do-it-yourself guide offers detailed information and instructional photographs for handling all facets of dog grooming, including:

How to choose and where to buy the right equipment
Proper animal handling techniques for nervous or antsy dogs
Grooming specific areas such as nails, toes, and teeth
How to choose the right shampoo and conditioner
Dealing with all types of coats and hair lengths

Bathing a dog properly-without the mess!Grooming your dog at home is a great way to save money and bond with your dog at the same time. With this helpful handbook, you’ll be cutting, clipping, shearing, and shaving like a pro before you can say “bath time”!

2.
An Illustrated Guide to Dogs: A Practical Guide (A Salamander Book)

An illustrated guide to more than 190 international dog breeds including information on physical characteristics, general disposition, size, origin and history, grooming, feeding, and good and bad points. Breeds are arranged in order of increasing weight.

3.
Dr Hugh Wirth
Living With Dogs: A commonsense guide

A must for dog owners, or those thinking of buying a dog. Dr Hugh Wirth, President of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is one of Australia’s most well-known and respected animal advocates. In this book, Dr Wirth provides caring and sensible advice – on different breeds, behaviour traits and problems, being ‘boss’ dog, exercise and training, feeding, grooming and disease prevention. If dog owners can meet their dog’s requirements and give firm leadership, the dog will respond – with constant loyalty, companionship and joy.

4.
Consumer Dummies,
Dogs All-in-One For Dummies

The most essential information on dog ownership in one easy–to–navigate book
Dogs All–in–One For Dummies offers all dog lovers the latest information you need to choose, raise, and care for your furry best friend from puppyhood to its twilight years.

From finding the right dog for your lifestyle and teaching your dog good manners to housetraining, grooming, and knowing when your pet is sick or needs medical attention, this fact–packed guide will serve as your essential dog bible.

-Features new information on dog showing, agility, going Green, and traveling with your pooch
-Includes information from Dogs For Dummies, 2nd Edition; Puppies For Dummies, 2nd Edition; Adopting a Pet For Dummies; Choosing a Dog For Dummies; Dog Grooming For Dummies; Dog Health & Nutrition For Dummies; Dog Training For Dummies, 2nd Edition; Dog Tricks & Agility For Dummies 2nd Edition; Housetraining For Dummies, 2nd Edition; Breeding Dogs For Dummies; Mixed Breeds For Dummies; and Understanding Your Dog For Dummies

Thorough and timely, Dogs All–in–One For Dummies covers everything from head to tail!

5.
Jorge Bendersky
DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show: Everything You Need to Know, Step by Step

You can often tell how healthy a dog is by coat appearance. Grooming your dog regularly offers clues to her health: It nips potential health problems, like allergies, poor nutrition, parasites, or diseases, in the bud, or at least gives you some early warning about them. Grooming also makes your dog (and you) comfortable socializing. And it stops the spread of dirt, fleas, and germs.
Perhaps the biggest benefit to grooming your dog yourself is strengthening your bond with her. It can be a fun time to share, and it helps build trust.

DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show by Jorge Bendersky, and foreword by Cesar Milan, will show you how to take the best care of your dog, regardless of breed, temperament, or age. Practical step-by-step photos will take you through everything you need to know to bathe and trim your dog, plus care for her nails, ears, teeth, and more. Learn how to train her to relax and enjoy grooming.

“While you can make excuses not to take your dog to the groomer, you have no reason to make excuses for not doing it yourself any longer.” –Cesar Millan

Inside you’ll find:
– Simple, step-by-step instructions for everything from bathing to brushing.
– Practical solutions to common problems like fleas and ticks, dirt and mud.
– Creative suggestions for grooming a picture-perfect dog.


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